‘It blew my mind’: the incredible story of Netflix’s feelgood Crip Camp

The makers of a singular brand-new documentary reveal how a hippy summer camp for disabled youngster propelled a generation of activists and charisma the Obamas Crip Camp, Netflix’s feelgood documentary executive-produced by the Obamas, begins out of the spotlight: at…

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The Hunt depicts elites hunting the poor for sport. The ‘satire’ feels a little too real | Jessa Crispin

That the film coincides with a pandemic which will kill the uninsured, sick and elderly is just another layer of discomfort My entertainment alternatives the coming week were what if instead we drew the police the heroes?- has generated a…

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Tom Hanks on coronavirus isolation: ‘We are taking it one day at a time’

The actor and his wife, Rita Wilson, praised Australian healthcare workers and careful about how serious the virus can be Tom Hanks, the actor who has tested positive for Covid-1 9 while shooting in Australia, has updated devotees on the…

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Harvey Weinstein sentence should reflect ‘lifetime of abuse’ prosecutors

Court filing says farmer plowed others with savagery as governments aim prison time that wonders more than crimes for which he was convicted Harvey Weinstein’s record of sexual strikes and persecution against women times back to the 1970 s in…

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The Way Back review Ben Affleck battles booze in half-baked drama

A solid turn from the actor as an alcoholic coach-and-four cant save an otherwise uninvolving and underwritten emancipation tale There’s an inescapable external narrative attached to Warrior director Gavin O’Connor’s brand-new alcoholism drama The Way Back: the junkie at its…

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Staff at Cahiers du Cinma, magazine that launched French New Wave, quit en masse

Writers and writers on Cahiers du Cinma say new owneds have conflict of interest The entire journalistic staff members of the Cahiers du Cinema, the periodical that once hired the likes of Jean-Luc Godard and Francois Truffaut, was sold this…

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Leigh Whannell on reinventing The Invisible Man: ‘I want to change people’s perceptions’

After his work on the Saw franchise, and a directorial triumph with Upgrade, the Australian genre artisan penetrates the dark universe of classic demon films Late at night after a full 15 -hour date hitting, Leigh Whannell is sitting in…

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‘Like Halle Berry versus gum disease’: nine things we learned at the 2020 Oscars

Brad Pitt get political, the Feline cast got their claws out and Eminems appearance left everyone confused Joaquin Phoenix ran full vegan After Phoenix’s his Oscars speech went far out of range. Beginning with the uncontroversial view that parties like…

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Parasite review a gasp-inducing masterpiece

A poor but united category precipice their way into the lives of a affluent Seoul household in Bong Joon-hos flawless tragicomedy The ideal way to experience South Korean auteur Parasite really is the kind of singular knowledge that stimulates modern…

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How Brad Pitt’s zen reinvention has paved the way for Oscar glory

As final polls are assigned, the Hollywood heavyweight has been putting in a earn – and carefully gauged turn as a wise-cracking sage Every bestows season has its darling. An performer whose delicacy, intellect and earnest accept of the Oscar…

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